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. and an and think what is the phy behind read it. steve ho hoffman and i just graduated from college we weamentded twantedto live like e opportunities as as long as possible. we wanted to make it so anybody could find something new on-line 24-hours-a-day days 7 days a w. we dent sit down at the mitt cry table and draft an idea. it was like hey lots solve a problem we have. and it was a process. and we knew above all that we we needed to create a place where users were interested in submitting content and have an open platform for the on-line community. and there was no grand us visio. the one thing i wanted to do on the book tour is that world changing stuff happened in a dramatic way with special people that are different from everyone else it's two recent college graduates and we just started a company like roa read it and we started it. there is no difference between me and anyone of you we are all carbon based life forms that can build stuff. >> as a carbon based life form i have not created my social media giant. i wear makeup and ask you questions. >> you have influence here. >> we do have
. as is the case when this happens in most steve. do you think there is something that is going on that is thank that is unique to san francisco that makes it difficult to find affordable housing? >> i think we came by this problem honestly, the we are telling with it are first it's a great city. and second our regional economy is generating a ton of jocks. jocks -- jobs so it's a nice problem to have. the third reason it's our own fault. we have not allowed s so very mh housing t to be built in decade. a lot of demand to live here and a constrained supply because of our own choices. the inevitable results is sky rocketing prices it's a really bad situation. the down sides of this far out weigh the up sides, although there are both. there will not be an easy solution. but there are things we can do that i hope we can talk about soon. >> one. down sides, jennifer , is about 6400 homeless people living in the area. how are they being impacted by the increasing genderfication. >> they are being joined by a lot of their neighbors. we have a lot of lands lords taking advantage of the situation and ev
nationalism boys race, politics and the u.s. if not globally we have today. steve thomas, however, black nationalism today is a lot of rhetoric and academia types with salary and a little bit of shot light than a complete overhall of the structure. >> well, joining us to discuss malcolm x's legacy dr. cornell west, renown academic, and is malcolm x real or not reinvented. you know, black nationalism tanks on different meanings, depending on who you ask. >> i think black nationalism is always relevant because it's founded on three pillars, self-respect, self defense, self determination. malcolm x one of the great freedom fighters was about what? impeccable integrity. he would never sell out. tell the truth, be willing to pay the price. he was always willing to express righteous indignation because he had a deep abiding love of black people. he had a deep abuing love for white, yellow, red, brown. >> has it changed depending on the era? >> first of all, let me second that emotion from my brother west. >> i feel music hyped that. >> brother herb got smokey robinson. >> i'm speaking my mind.
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